A contemporary technique of creating a three-dimensional work of art by combining various elements, especially found objects; may include elements painted, carved, or modeled by the artist. Originally coined in 1953 by artist Jean Dubuffet.
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- Assemblage - South Canterbury Museum
- Assemblage - Puke Ariki
- Pottery assemblages - The University of Auckland Library
- Apron Assemblage - Dunedin Public Art Gallery
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